Advent door 17 | Plenaire…

Behind door number 17 reveals the beautiful skincare brand, Plenaire. Plenaire believe that your unique skin chemistry is what makes you, you. Their skin loving rituals are designed to help you take a moment to appreciate yourself, no matter what kind of skin day you’re having. They believe that developing a positive relationship with your skin creates an invaluable connection to yourself – even when you’re constantly evolving.

All products are 100% Vegan and have been registered with the Vegan Society. Each product contains clean ingredients and avoid any materials that are considered toxic or harmful to sensitive skin.

Behind door #17:

So, opening up Door 17 – you will find:

  • Best of Plenaire gift set containing:
  • Violet paste – Overnight Blemish Treatment.Inspired by a 70-year-old French beauty recipe, this violet-tinted “vanishing” paste helps reduce blemishes overnight by drawing out excess oil and calming inflammation and redness.
  • Face flannel – This face flannel is designed to be paired with Rose Jelly and Skin Frosting, but also makes the perfect partner for any of your cleansers and scrubs. Grainy on one side and fuzzy on the other, with a handy loop for easy drying, this flannel transforms daily cleansing into a pleasure. PS: Plenaire flannels are crafted from Organic fleece and terry fabrics, blends of hemp and cotton, using materials that are USDA Bio based certified.

To enter:

  1. Head to Plenaire website and find out the answer to the following question:
  2. ‘What product do you love and why?’  Leave a comment below with your answer.
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The giveaway will end on midnight (GMT) 31st December 2019.  The winner will be notified by Sunday 5th January 2020 via email.  Open to UK residents only.

By participating, you agree to our competition rules.

This article was written in cooperation with Plenaire.

  • I love the look of the Violet Paste. It sound like a fantastic product, especially as it is based on a 70 year old recipe. Would love to see if it works as described.

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